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  • 1. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Update on ORCID and other ID developments Gudmundur A. Thorisson <gt50@leicester.ac.uk> ULEIC -- Overview -- ✴ ORCID status update and outlook for 2012 ✴ Report from IRISC identity workshop in Helsinki ✴ ID-related projects ✴ Contribution tracking tools for Drupal-based websites ✴ Some notes on identifying vs. locating digital resources This work is published under the Creative Commons Attribution license (CC BY: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) which means that it can be freely copied, redistributed and adapted, as long as proper attribution is given. GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 1Friday, 27 January 12
  • 2. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC ORCID - unique identifers for scholarly authors ? ORCID ID: 935-352-535-11 ORCID G. Thorisson, Univ. Leicester G. A. Thorisson, Univ. Leicester G. A. Thorisson, Cold Spring Harbor Lab. F67572010 ORCID ID: 935-352-987-11 J. Smith, Univ. North Pole ORCID ID: 883-352-334-01 J. Smith, Luthor Corporation Centrally-managed, sustainable informatics infrastructure: i) for researchers to manage & use profile ii) for tracking author-to-publication attribution links iii) interaction with other systems (e.g. publishers, digital libraries, univ.) GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012Friday, 27 January 12 2
  • 3. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC ORCID - unique identifers for scholarly authors ? ORCID ID: 935-352-535-11 ORCID G. Thorisson, Univ. Leicester G. A. Thorisson, Univ. Leicester G. A. Thorisson, Cold Spring Harbor Lab. F67572010 ORCID ID: 935-352-987-11 J. Smith, Univ. North Pole ORCID ID: 883-352-334-01 J. Smith, Luthor Corporation Centrally-managed, sustainable informatics infrastructure: i) for researchers to manage & use profile ii) for tracking author-to-publication attribution links iii) interaction with other systems (e.g. publishers, digital libraries, univ.) GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012Friday, 27 January 12 2
  • 4. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 3Friday, 27 January 12
  • 5. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC The organization ORCID transcends discipline, geographic, national and institutional boundaries Taken from http://www.orcid.org/participants GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 4Friday, 27 January 12
  • 6. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC tio ns a ni sa Org >1 50 GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 5Friday, 27 January 12
  • 7. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC tio ns a ni sa Org 10 >3 50 150 > GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 5Friday, 27 January 12
  • 8. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Update on ORCID Phase 1 development • Beta development well underway • API specification documents: http://orcid.org/twg • Mock API Code for download: https://github.com/orcid • Early adopters now have something hands-on to work with • Key API features – Retrieve profile data in multiple formats – OAuth authenticated read/write access GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 6Friday, 27 January 12
  • 9. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Outlook for ORCID in 2012 • Enough $$$ to start operations now secured, so organization is hiring Executive Director, Technical Director & other staff • Complete Phase 1 development and launch public beta service – Focus on active researchers: register to populate own profile, select institutions depositing profiles for their staff, API for interacting with external profile systems • Flesh out Phase 2 development roadmap – More extensive functionality: disambiguation, deposit profiles by non-institutional 3rd parties, record contributor roles, users to claim non-article published works • Key challenges – Phase 2 discussions in TWG at near-standstill recently - NEED full-time staff! – ORCID Board politics – Community outreach, to users and especially developers – Support in journal MS tracking systems <-- main point of contact for academics GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 7Friday, 27 January 12
  • 10. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 8Friday, 27 January 12
  • 11. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 8Friday, 27 January 12
  • 12. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC The 1st IRISC workshop @CSC, Helsinki • Workshop themes – unambiguously identifying authors/creators & attributing their scholarly works – individual identification and access management in the context of identity federations • Workshop aims – Raising overall awareness of key technical and non-technical challenges, opportunities and developments. – Facilitating a dialogue, cross-pollination of ideas, collaboration and coordination between diverse – and largely unconnected – communities. – Identifying & discussing existing/emerging technologies, best practices and requirements for researcher identification. • >60 participants, 2/3 from IDF community • Mixture of plenary sessions & facilitated, interactive discussions in 2x parallel breakout sessions GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 9Friday, 27 January 12
  • 13. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC IRISC workshop summary, key points • End user adoption of the ORCID identifier service and its future expanded role – Encourage developers to use ORCID API sandbox to build proof-of-concept apps – Promoting benefits of scholary IDs and identifier infrastructure in the scientific community • Identity federations and interfederation services and their role in research e-infrastructure – Many issues relating to usability, outreach, privacy risks with releasing user data, attribute harmonization, etc • Opportunities for collaboration and interoperability – ORCID-to-IDF connectivity - solution for ‘homeless’ & ‘nomadic’ researchers? – Interest piloting IDF-based access management for biomedical data – Best way to express a user’s ORCID author identifier as an IDF attribute GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 10Friday, 27 January 12
  • 14. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC IRISC dissemination • Report published online on website & deposited in Nat Precedings: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/npre.2011.6609.1 • Summary document circulated via E-mail • Extended abstracted submitted to TNC2012 networking conference • Planning to submit short correspondence to a journal GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 11Friday, 27 January 12
  • 15. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC IRISC dissemination • Report published online on website & deposited in Nat Precedings: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/npre.2011.6609.1 • Summary document circulated via E-mail • Extended abstracted submitted to TNC2012 networking conference • Planning to submit short correspondence to a journal GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 11Friday, 27 January 12
  • 16. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Other identity-related developments • Piloting GWAS ‘nanopublications’ (joint with OpenPHACTS) – GWAS Central as ‘nanopublisher’ – Core variant<->disease assertions from GWAS papers published as Linked Data – Provenance section of nanopub RDF to include attribution via ORCID URIs • Publication credit for Cafe Variome deposits – O. Lancaster (orcid:934-342-433-91). 4x variants in BRCA2 gene. Published online via Cafe Variome. 21 January (2011) doi:10.1255/caferouge.BRCA2-2352354 => http://api.caferouge.org/atomserver/v1/caferouge/mutations/2352354 – Assertion in ORCID: orcid:934-342-433-91 <created> doi:10.1255/caferouge.BRCA2-2352354 • Contributor tracking for Drupal sites (joint with BioSHaRE-IT) – Extensions for tracking contributions to project outputs & ORCID integration GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 12Friday, 27 January 12
  • 17. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Contribution tracking for Drupal websites • Currently, in a typical Drupal CMS installation – Registered users have account on site (a local user ID) – System tracks which users post which bits of content – Reporting tools provided to see who posted what • But poster is frequently NOT the person(s) who actually created the work GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 13Friday, 27 January 12
  • 18. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Contribution tracking for Drupal websites • Currently, in a typical Drupal CMS installation – Registered users have account on site (a local user ID) – System tracks which users post which bits of content – Reporting tools provided to see who posted what • But poster is frequently NOT the person(s) who actually created the work GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 13Friday, 27 January 12
  • 19. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Contribution tracking for Drupal websites • Currently, in a typical Drupal CMS installation – Registered users have account on site (a local user ID) – System tracks which users post which bits of content – Reporting tools provided to see who posted what • But poster is frequently NOT the person(s) who actually created the work GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 13Friday, 27 January 12
  • 20. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 14Friday, 27 January 12
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  • 22. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Aim #1: Enhance provenance of site content • Make it possible to – link multiple local user IDs on Drupal site with content of certain types (nodes) – browse, search & discover content based on “contributorship” information – e.g. list all deliverables associated with Adam Webb – e.g. which persons have contributed to deliverable XX – Example of enriched attribution metadata: – D9.3 Draft Report on Incentives [...] A. Reiche [posted] GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 15Friday, 27 January 12
  • 23. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Aim #1: Enhance provenance of site content • Make it possible to – link multiple local user IDs on Drupal site with content of certain types (nodes) – browse, search & discover content based on “contributorship” information – e.g. list all deliverables associated with Adam Webb – e.g. which persons have contributed to deliverable XX – Example of enriched attribution metadata: – D9.3 Draft Report on Incentives [...] A. Reiche [posted] G.A. Thorisson [authored] A. Cambon-Thomsen [authored] O. Lancaster [authored] D. Atlan [authored] GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 15Friday, 27 January 12
  • 24. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Aim #1: Enhance provenance of site content • Make it possible to – link multiple local user IDs on Drupal site with content of certain types (nodes) – browse, search & discover content based on “contributorship” information – e.g. list all deliverables associated with Adam Webb – e.g. which persons have contributed to deliverable XX – Example of enriched attribution metadata: – D9.3 Draft Report on Incentives [...] A. Reiche [posted] G.A. Thorisson [authored] A. Cambon-Thomsen [authored] O. Lancaster [authored] D. Atlan [authored] A. Devereau [reviewed] T. Beck [reviewed] J. Celli [reviewed] GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 15Friday, 27 January 12
  • 25. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Aim #2: enable linking to ORCID ID service • Extend Drupal to add ORCID integration in order to: – enable users to link their local user ID with an ORCID and – submit author <-> publication assertions to central ORCID index • How will this work? – Button for signing in with ORCID (think “Sign in with Twitter”) – User authorizes KC site to interact with ORCID on his behalf • How will this be implemented? – Build as a standalone Drupal module that any site can take and use – Main targets: GEN2PHEN KC, BioSHaRE Mica platform, UoIceland inst. site GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 16Friday, 27 January 12
  • 26. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Key benefits / motivation • General: enhanced visibility for contributors on community site – Deliverable reports, dissemination activities, working papers, software etc. – Who has contributed to what content • ORCID-enablement – NOT totally essential, BUT would support a range of important use cases, e.g.: • Starting from ORCID site, discover a person’s GEN2PHEN/BioSHARE contributions and learn more about the nature of those contributions • Starting from GEN2PHEn/BioSHARE site, find the author’s primary scholarly profile on IRCID and discover more of his/her works • Use as a platform for experimenting with ID-based functionality – Technical “nuts&bolts” of integration via the ORCID API – Workflows for: authors assigning authorship via IDs, claiming authorship, etc. – Capturing&displaying nature of contribution: author/analyst/curator/reviewer GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 17Friday, 27 January 12
  • 27. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Identifiers vs. locators • Identification == crucial requirement for attributing credit – Who contributed? – What was contributed to? • ORCID needs some sort of handle or pointer to the “stuff” • URL location <-- workable for general content if no other option – Internet location + some basic metadata to indicate what kind of content • Example: http://www.le.ac.uk/~gt50/very_important_report.pdf – Content moves => link is broken => users cannot access => BAD! • Persistent identifier <-- vital for ‘proper’ scholarly record, long term – DOI or other persistent identifer + copy of bibliographic info – Identifier resolves to metadata record, link to location of content • Example: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nbt1109-984b => ‘landing page’ on journal website – Content moves => DOI metadata is updated => identifier points to new location GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 18Friday, 27 January 12
  • 28. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC IDs in GEN2PHEN, 12-18 month outlook • Continue to support (and influence) ORCID development – TWG discussions, feedback on specs, piloting, promote at meetings etc. • Contributor tracking and related work – tooling potentially widely useful to many websites based on same CMS – develop/promote, good progress achievable before end of GEN2PHEN • WP9 - sustainability, incentivization for sharing – Contributor IDs and resource IDs key components in BRIF • ID-based data access management - need to continue to investigate & liase with IDF community • Repeat IRISC workshop – Autumn this year, or maybe Q2 2013 • Beyond GEN2PHEN, Q3 2013 - ? GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 19Friday, 27 January 12
  • 29. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Acknowledgements ORCID Technical Working Group This work has received funding from the GEN2PHEN Consortium European Communitys Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) http://www.gen2phen.org/about-gen2phen/partners under grant agreement number 200754 - the GEN2PHEN project. Prof Anthony J. Brookes Bioinformatics Group, Leicester Contact me! <gt50@le.ac.uk> |<gthorisson@gmail.com> http://www.linkedin.com/in/mummi http://www.twitter.com/gthorisson Published under the CC BY license (http:// http://www.gthorisson.name creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 20Friday, 27 January 12

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